The National Association of State Boards of Education this weeklaunched a websitethat tracks all 50 states’ boards of education meeting minutes regarding ESSA plans.
Practical Ways to Use Taxonomies
Thanks to EdWeek and Larry Ferlazzo for including my ideas on assessment and taxonomies at ow.ly/eRWc309Mhlj
Meet and Greet
You are invited to the Public Library of New London (CT) Annual Authors Fest, where over 50 local fiction and non-fiction writers have been invited to display and discuss their work. I will be featuring Formative, 21st Century, and Sticky Assessment and also my upcoming book on Restorative Assessment.
Best of Both Worlds
According to Schneider, et.al, “Best of Both Worlds”, Kappan, October, 2016: “Classroom-based data are superior to standardized test data if teachers validly measure student performance and develop ways of reliably reporting on it.”
Assessmentliteracy.org helps educators make sense of assessment. Their ideas support best practice in using all types of assessment with the goal of improving learning outcomes for all students.